"I want to tax your violent games, as well as this game." When the US Supreme Court decided last year to extend full First Amendment protections to video games, many likely thought that was the last word on potential legal assaults on the medium. That's not the case though, as an Oklahoma lawmaker has now proposed a special tax to be focused on "violent video games." Democrat Will Fourkiller has introduced HB2696, proposing to add a one percent excise tax on all "violent video games." The text defines that term as "a video or computer game that has received a rating from the Entertainment Software Rating Board of Teen, Mature or Adult Only." Source 1 Source 2 If this proposal goes through, games like Skyrim, Star Wars: TOR, Zumba Fitness 2, Rock Band 3, and Dance Central 2 would also be taxed. Wut.